The first of the month just keeps coming and We Should Cocoa turns forever faster! October has been a busy month what with National Chocolate Week, Halloween and the last few episodes of The Great British Bake Off – oh no! There are a lot of us bakers who are very sad to see it go. But read on to see what these 13 cheeky chocolate recipes have been inspired by.
Halloween Chocolate Recipes
Decadent fudgy chocolate and pistachio slice from Suelle at Mainly Baking made with condensed milk and a biscuit base.
Chocolate chunk cookie dough traybake from Caroline Makes – now those are what I call chocolate chunks.
After such sweet treats, this white chocolate & lime cake from Jo at Seven Green Apples makes a welcome appearance. I was particularly excited to see that kefir had been used in the mix – I’m not the only one then!
Tiffin is one of my favourite things and I’d love a piece of this toffee apple candy chocolate tiffin from Beth at Jam & Clotted Cream as my Bonfire Night treat.
Another tiffin, my day has got even better. Dark chocolate, stem ginger and peanut butter tiffin from De Tout Coeur Limousin
Everyone has a favourite chocolate cake and here’s Helen’s simple family chocolate cake from Roast Chicken and a Country Walk
Halloween had to make an appearance and I’m so glad it did. This chocolate peanut butter swirl cake from Elizabeth’s Kitchen Diary is the best Halloween Cake I’ve ever seen.
If you fancy viewing some stunning French sunsets and finding out what this Crème au Chocolat has to do with Proust, then head over to Phil’s blog As Strong As Soup.
These sumptuous fruit and nut chocolate shards with popping candy from Galina at Chez Maximka were a fitting tribute to National Chocolate Week.
One of two chocolate birthday bundts for Miss GF by Kate at Gluten Free Alchemist.
And yes we have a #GBBO inspired bake – Snowy Black Forest Roulade from Sammie at Feasting is Fun.
My nod to National Chocolate Week were these triple chocolate buns and very nice they were too.
We are assured by Johanna that her post is not a Halloween one, but these balls look like mighty fine one eyed monsters to me. However, unlike most Halloween treats, the chocolate tahini maca bliss balls from Green Gourmet Giraffe are healthy ones.